Publishing a Presentation
Abstracts and Extended Abstracts
- Permission to publish an abstract is implied when submitted.
- When submitting an Extended Abstract, permission for AAPG to publish it is also implied, along with your acknowledgement that (a) you have permission to use any previously published material contained within it or is property of another individual or company and (b) you are transferring limited copyright* to AAPG in the same manner as required for any other AAPG publication.
*Authors retain the right to republish parts of their own work in their own future works, with proper citation of its original publication by AAPG. In addition, authors are free to make multiple copies of their own presentations for any purpose.
Permission to allow the text and images of your presentation to be posted on AAPG’s SearchandDiscovery.net is voluntary and requires a transfer of copyright as noted above. As an author, you retain the right to republish parts of your own work in your own future works, with proper citation of its original publication by AAPG.
- Permission to allow the text and images of your presentation (oral or poster) to be posted on AAPG’s SearchandDiscovery.net is voluntary, and with permission to publish, the implications are the same as those for Extended Abstracts.
- Some sessions are audio-visually recorded, and permission for that medium is also herein implied.
- It is requested that the authors provide their references along with appropriate acknowledgements for posting.
- Final posting is subject to editorial approval.